I love reading books. If I had all the time in the world, I would probably devote at least 30 percent of it on reading books.
I recently read a book that I had to read much earlier anyway but due to being busy with other more important tasks, including reading other books for a book club that I was part of, I had to postpone reading “Why Obamacare is Wrong for America” for later. Below is my review on Goodreads. Feel free to connect with me on Goodreads by clicking here. Continue reading
Among the biggest debates not only in the U.S. but all over the world as well is health care. People have cherished good health over the years so much that in most cultures there is at least one general wish that has to do with the other side’s good health. Continue reading
We all read, watch and listen to the news quoting the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) when it comes to the U.S. budget. Oftentimes we detect through our eyes or ears the word “non-partisan” before the name of the institution – a guarantee for transparency and equity both to reporters and other people in what’s going on with the federal government spending. How trustworthy are the team of economic and public policy analysts that comprise the CBO though? Is it a myth that it is non-partisan? Who appoints these experts? Continue reading
Yahoo may be one of the biggest and most popular companies around the world, but their homepage is often a disaster.
About a month ago I watched Michael Moore’s Sicko. I found it on Youtube after I first heard of it, and I was just interested what there was in that movie. Many people had been talking about it – some had bad opinion about it, others found it incredible. I have mixed impressions and here’s why. Continue reading